Mardi Gras is strongly connected to the Catholic Church it marks the last day before the start of Lent, a time of fasting and repentance. This is why in New Orleans the cops shut down the party at midnight. Yes, even the famous Bourbon Street closes at midnight. The holiday became popular around the fest of foods that would be…

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For some of the best people watching ever, plan your visit around our Mardi Gras season. On Fat Tuesday, you will see so many residents wandering the streets in dramatic colors of purple, green, and gold. Beyond people watching and parades passing by, we have some of the best food during Mardi Gras season. King Cake will sure turn your…

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The sound of barks and hundred shades of fur  covered a street, that if it could talk it would tell the tales of puppy dog tails. We settled ourselves on the corner of the street, picking up the last sugary piece of funnel cake and sipping on a cold cup of lemonade. Do you ever wonder what someone is thinking?…

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